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SKU: 3437 Category: Tags: ,

Collector’s item
Condition: Very Good
SerNo: 20760
Weight: 39.6 kg Shipping class: Extra Heavy
Case/Case: Cover
Foot switch: yes
Other: 4 castors
Brokerage sale: 15837


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1971 was the last year in which Marshall equipped real bluesbreaker combos with the legendary JMP 50W tremolo head and two pre-Rola Celestion T1281 Greenback loudspeakers.
The speakers are dated DD19 on April 19, 1971 and have the original 014 Pre Rola Cones.

- Original Transformer (Drake OT 784-139 / Drake PT 1202-164)
- 2 x 12" Celestion Pre-Rola Greenback (T1281, DD19, 014 Cone)
- Foot switch
- Original Marshall cover
- 4 Castor Leicester castors
- The bottom end of the lower panel was cut out to accommodate the cable and the
foot switch
- the 2x12 logo is unfortunately missing
- The amp has been given a fresh inspection at our lounge, where the
Output stage tubes changed.

Because of its iconic status among collectors (and players), the Bluesbreaker has become one of the most sought-after and valuable vintage guitar amps in the world.

And it sounds spectacular!

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